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  1. joluke

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    Well for me that didn't came as a surprise and still came late! Hope they ditch it soon! What a crap it is lol
     
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    New Windows 10 Windows Update explained
    Posted on June 1st, 2019 at 14:28 joep517 Comment on the AskWoody Lounge

    Ed Bott of ZDNet has published an article explaining the ins and outs of the new/revised Windows Update debuting with the Windows 10 May update (aka 19H1, version 1903) – Windows 10 version 1903: When will you get the next big feature update?. Don’t pay attention to the title there is an in-depth explanation of the Windows Update changes.

    As usual, Windows 10 Home users come out on the short end. They can not automatically defer any updates. All updates may be paused for a week at a time up to 35 days. On versions that have not yet reached their end-of-service date, feature updates are offered but are not installed automatically.

    Windows 10 Pro users can set deferral policies for both quality and feature updates. You can set these Windows Update for Business policies using the Windows 10 Settings app or by applying Group Policy.

    Enterprise and Education users have the same deferral policies as Pro users. Additionally, there is a 36-month servicing period for some versions.

    The biggest change though is that if you are running Home or Pro when a version nears its end-of-service date Microsoft will automatically upgrade force the machine to the current release. In other words, end-of-service trumps deferral. Also, note that effective June 2019 there is only one servicing channel for Windows 10. That is the semi-annual channel.

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    Netmarketshare: Windows 10 with 45.73% in May 2019 deskmodder.com June 2, 2019

    Slowly, very slowly, the numbers for Windows 10 are increasing over the other operating systems. For example, Windows 10 has a share of 45.73% on Netmarketshare in May. Followed by Windows 7 with 35.44%. If you look at the last 12 months....
     
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    Microsoft: PCs with Less Than 32GB of Storage Can Still Install Windows 10 1903

    Yeah, Micro$lope still want that you install their latest and greatest:no:

    This new requirement does not apply to existing devices. PCs that don’t meet new device disk space requirements will continue to receive updates and the 1903 update will require about the same amount of free disk space as previous updates"
     
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    Best way to prevent it.... :D
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    What is Update KB4023057 for?:D

    The update deeply interferes with the existing Windows 10 installation, cleans user-set update blockers, creates free disk space on the system drive if necessary, resets the network connection and more:biggrin: One weak moment ant you're sold, HaHa
     
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    "Microsoft hoped to turn the Windows desktop and the Win32 apps that run on it into a side note to Windows, making UWP apps the center of its universe"

    "Things didn’t go well. For one thing, Windows Phone was a colossal flop and Microsoft killed it. For another, developers saw no market for UWP apps, so have largely stayed away from it. Making things worse, UWP apps proved to be severely underpowered compared to Win32 apps."

    "There’s no reason for the Microsoft Store to live if it only carries the kind of software no one wants to use."

    https://www.computerworld.com/artic...-kill-the-microsoft-store-or-else-fix-it.html
     
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    "Windows 10 slow shutdown? USB-C bug in 1809 causing minute's delay, says Microsoft"

    - If you're running Windows 10 version 1809 and have noticed that shutting down the system takes a long time, it could be due to a USB-C bug that Microsoft has now confirmed.

    - The bug is in Microsoft's implementation of Intel's USB Type-C Connector System Software Interface (UCSI) software in Windows 10, version 1809.

    - Microsoft says it can cause a minute's delay if a user attempts to shut down when the UCSI software is working when a device is being connected or disconnected through the USB Type-C port.

    https://www.zdnet.com/article/windo...in-1809-causing-minutes-delay-says-microsoft/


     
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    Microsoft Explains Why Some People Can't Install Windows 10 May 2019 Tomshardware.com | June 26, 2019

    Microsoft released the Windows 10 May 2019 Update on May 21, but not everyone can install it. As per ZDNet, Microsoft has started notifying certain people as to why they still can't upgrade their system to the latest version of Windows 10. Kind of....

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    DirectX Runtime comes in the Microsoft Store
    [​IMG] good Morning June 26, 2019 08:11 11 comments
    DirectX comes with the Windows system and is kept up-to-date via Windows Update. Currently we have Windows 10 DirectX 11.3 and 12. Now Microsoft is moving the update package to the Microsoft Store....


     
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    Win10 1909 will be a Service Pack: Good news, but many unanswered questions Computerworld.com | July 3, 2019
    Yesterday, Microsoft promised that its second version of Windows for 1909, code-named 19H2, but more consistently known as version 1909, will be a traditional Win10 1903 Service Pack 1. Hooray! What’s next?


    More of the same...

    With new feature update calendar, Microsoft finally settles on a sensible Windows 10 release schedule
    Zdnet.com | July 2, 2019
    This week, Microsoft announced that its next feature update will be the most low-key Windows 10 version ever. You could even call it what it really is: a service pack. Here's why Microsoft wants no upgrade drama as 2020 approaches.

    Will this be a new Screw up?o_O
     
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